Paul Shih 高二上 (2012/06/19 13:03)
Paul Shih 高二上 (2012/06/19 17:49)
英文百科：Toward the middle of the 1970s and throughout the 1980s, Marxist theorists began to develop structuralist Marxist accounts of the state, law, and crime. Structuralist Marxism disputes the instrumentalist view that the state can be viewed as the direct servant of the capitalist or ruling class. Whereas the instrumentalist position argues that the institutions of the state are under the direct control of those members of the capitalist class in positions of state power, the structuralist perspective takes the position that the institutions of the state must function in such a way as to ensure ongoing viability of capitalism more generally. Another way that Marxists put this is that the institutions of the state must function so as to reproduce capitalist society as a whole.
Neo-Marxism is a loose term for various twentieth-century approaches that amend or extend Marxism and Marxist theory.
加油 國三下 (2013/02/04 19:49)